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School of Law E-mail

UDC provides each student with a permanent e-mail account on a web-based platform similar to Hotmail. In addition to e-mail, the system lets students to use their university e-mail addresses as Microsoft Live IDs for accessing services such as Messenger, Office Live Workspace and Skydrive.

You should have received an e-mail with start-up instructions. If not, contact

To set up or access your e-mail account, go to

The first time you log in, you will be asked to create a new password and security questions. If you forget your password, click the 'Forgot your password?' link on the sign-in page,  

You can forward your UDC e-mail to a different e-mail account by creating a 'Rule' in your UDC account. To do this, sign into your UDC e-mail, click 'Options', then 'Create an Inbox Rule', then click the link for instructions for creating a forward. Make sure to test your forward after creating it.

If you have problems with your account, contact the UDC Helpdesk at (202) 274-5941 or

Currently, the School of Law does not require its students to use their UDC e-mail accounts. The School of Law will send administrative announcements to the address a student enters as the Primary E-mail in his or her profile on this website and myUDC.  Students may enter a UDC account or a private account (e.g. Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.). 

If using a private account, students should verify that law school e-mails are not being filtered out as junk mail or spam. During the Fall and Spring semesters, students should be receiving a daily e-mail with the school's events. If not, please contact

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